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Re: [OM] Alas no Bronze Coppers but a Fiery skipper

Subject: Re: [OM] Alas no Bronze Coppers but a Fiery skipper
From: Jim Nichols <jhnichols@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 28 Sep 2020 16:27:40 -0500
Mike, that is a very nice capture.  The Astors make a nice setting.  We've had them around for the last several months.  Your lighting shows up the coloring very nicely.

The Fiery Skipper and the Zabulon Skipper are the most impressive of the bunch that I have encountered.  Here is a Zabulon:

http://www.gallery.leica-users.org/v/OldNick/20200821-P8213197.JPG.html

On 9/28/20 4:06 PM, Mike Gordon via olympus wrote:
Likely my last chance to find a Bronze on our asters took place last Saturday 
with a very sparsely attended NABA outing.  It was foggy and cool  for the 
first 1.5 hrs of looking which limited the sightings of any flutterbys close to 
zero.
The sun broke through and found some interesting critters but could not find 
any Bronze Coppers. I learned later that a couple were spotted later that 
afternoon, but had looked in all the usual areas X 2.

I have never spotted a Fiery Skipper until today--I did find him and scratched my head.  
They were not seen in these parts until a few years ago--a late season uncommon migrant. 
It seems we will see more with the climate changing and they can be very abundant in 
other areas.  I am not a super skipper fan as many seem to be LBJ's----official 
designation for "little brown jobs."   This one is a tad better and I did my 
best on the processing.


https://www.olyendomike.com/Macro-2017/i-vkssVnk/A

Bronzeless, Mike


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Jim Nichols
Tullahoma, TN USA

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